Messy desks can be a productivity suck. If clutter keeps you from being efficient, there are a few ways to prevent the mess from happening. Entrepreneur asked some experts (including Maxwell) for tips on how to keep a desk tidy and ready for work:
As a lover of both pegboards and Shaker style, I immediately pinned this picture when it popped up in my Pinterest feed. I love the natural, unfinished wood, but how great would it be painted white or even a dark, chalkboard slate gray color?
It seems the geometric trend isn't losing any steam, especially when it comes to accessorizing and organizing the home office. Here are 10 of the latest designs to add a bit of geometric flair and angled storage for the desk and surrounding workspace walls...
I recently moved from NYC to Atlanta, but I'm still not quite settled in. While a good chunk of the post-move residual mess is due to time issues, there are quite a few mistakes I made along the way which definitely helped to contribute to my current state of living out of boxes. Read on to learn from my mistakes, so it doesn't have to happen to you.
On a recent tour of Winston Churchill's War Rooms while touring London, I learned a bit of surprising trivia: the famous Prime Minister hated paperclips and staples. True story. His staff had to find other methods for binding documents, because he would throw a fit if the offensive metals were found on his papers...
With rents on the rise in major cities (ahem, San Francisco), apartments are shrinking, and appliances are becoming increasingly more compact to fit them. Trying to fit a week's worth of groceries into what can start to feel like a glorified mini fridge is a constant challenge, but here's a quick tip.
When you're sharing a house with youngsters, it's not always easy to keep said house clean and organized and beautiful (or even keep the chaos under control). Fortunately, many of the folks we've interviewed over the years for our Apartment Therapy video series are parents, too. Here are some of their best tips for decorating with kids in mind.
It seems like every week of the school year brings with it a new labeling challenge: lunch containers, galoshes, backpacks, and hoodies all need to be labeled. Soon mittens and other winter accoutrements will need to be connected to their owners or face an uncertain fate in the lost and found. Here are some favorites from our labeling arsenal.